This rental is located at 1827 1st Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$2,600 / 2br – 747ft2 – Furnished 2 BD 1.5 BA in Historic Bloomingdale Rowhouse (Bloomingdale)
This is a fully furnished, recently renovated first floor apartment in a three-unit historic Bloomingdale rowhouse. A perfect location in the heart of Bloomingdale across from The Red Hen and all of the neighborhood’s restaurants, bars, bakeries, and shops. You can’t beat the location. Two blocks from Crispus Attucks Park and walking distance to Shaw and NoMa Metros and the 80 and G8 bus lines.
Great light with east-facing living space, open floorplan, hardwood floors throughout and well-maintained. Kitchen has stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, and a pantry closet. There are two bedrooms and one and a half baths. The second bedroom is furnished as a home office with large sofa. Enjoy time outside on your private balcony when relaxing or working from home.
This apartment comes well-furnished with modern furniture, appliances, and artwork for you to move in as soon as December 1st!
Security deposit will be equal to one month’s rent. Contact us to schedule a socially distanced in-person or virtual walkthrough.”
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